Consider the following measures: mean, median, variance, standard deviation, and percentile. (a) Which measures utilize relative position of the data values? (Select all that apply.) mean median variance standard deviation percentile (b) Which measures utilize actual data values regardless of relative position? (Select all that apply.) mean median variance standard deviation percentile

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Consider the following measures: mean, median, variance, standard deviation, and percentile.

(a) Which measures utilize relative position of the data values? (Select all that apply.)
mean
median
variance
standard deviation
percentile


(b) Which measures utilize actual data values regardless of relative position? (Select all that apply.)
mean
median
variance
standard deviation
percentile

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